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post #9346 of 18778
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Originally Posted by unipair guy View Post
 


If you gentlemen are looking for a Malvern spectator we have three on sale at this time.

202 Beige twill and chestnut calf.  $750 plus shipping.  Sizes 5.5, 6, 7E UK

 

Beautiful but I'm 10.5|11 or 11|11.5 in EG.

post #9347 of 18778
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Originally Posted by Nikola View Post
 

Sounds good. Looking forward on someones kindness to inform on exact address / date it will take place once he finds out.

 

It will be all over SF.  See this thread for the one in 2012 http://www.styleforum.net/t/307959/edward-green-drakes-pop-up-sale

 

And some photos here: http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2012/07/edward-green-and-drakes-sale.html#.U6qy4JSSw1I

post #9348 of 18778

What the hell !? Did the guy at the end of a line really had a chance to pick up something decent? :P

Do they have a limit per person?

I can imagine flippers like ascot or sausages from ebay buying all they can and than mark up like 500% !!!

post #9349 of 18778

In other news:
 

Dear Sir

 

The Elmsley in Burnt pine on the 202 last would need to be made to order which does mean a surcharge, the price for the shoe would be £830.

 

I am sorry but we do not accept group orders and so we do not offer discounts.

 

 

Kind regards

 

Robert Willis

Sales manager

 

Edward Green and Co

75 Jermyn Street

London

SW1Y 6NP

What a let down ..

post #9350 of 18778
^^ Oh well. I think we all saw that coming...
post #9351 of 18778
Yup, that was pretty predictable. I would har been very, very surprised if EG had replied any differently.
post #9352 of 18778

You would have better luck pitching the idea to a retailer than the EG directly IMO. 

post #9353 of 18778
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You would have better luck pitching the idea to a retailer than the EG directly IMO. 
Was about to say exactly the same. EG won't do it directly in part bc it undercuts retailers -- at least, I am guessing.
post #9354 of 18778
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Originally Posted by smoothie1 View Post

That's a stock shoe. You can just order the Malvern IV.

 

From EG via email:

 


We do not have the Malvern IV in stock in D fitting, but they can be made to order for you. This would take about 14 weeks and the tax free price would be £843.40, this price includes shoes, shoetrees and shipping.

post #9355 of 18778
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Originally Posted by smoothie1 View Post

That's a stock shoe. You can just order the Malvern IV.

From EG via email:


We do not have the Malvern IV in stock in D fitting, but they can be made to order for you. This would take about 14 weeks and the tax free price would be £843.40, this price includes shoes, shoetrees and shipping.


This is my understanding of their "stock" policy:
They "stock" certain models, and it changes, at least slightly, depending on the year. Most of those models are only "stocked" in E width. If the model you inquired of is one they stock only in E width, then ordering it in D width is subject to the MTO charge. But if you inquire of a model that they "stock" in E and D width (example, Picadilly in black) - but they don't happen to have your size on hand - they will make it for you in D width with no MTO charge.
post #9356 of 18778
You should check with Skoak. EG was willing to make a stock model Dover in my G width, at stock prices. The Skoak website EG MTO page will reiterate this, so might be worth looking into if you want the stock model at an odd width...
post #9357 of 18778
^^ This is true...as long as it is a stock model for Skoak. They have a list on their site.
post #9358 of 18778
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Originally Posted by NickCarraway View Post
 

 

From EG via email:

 


We do not have the Malvern IV in stock in D fitting, but they can be made to order for you. This would take about 14 weeks and the tax free price would be £843.40, this price includes shoes, shoetrees and shipping.

 

Okay, I suppose I am wrong about this.  I'm sorry to lead you astray.  They do change what they stock from time to time. 

 

The messed up thing is, there is a fair chance they have this style (or something very similar) just sitting in their Factory Store. I would be looking for a proxy or friend to investigate before paying retail for a fun summer spectator.  Best of luck on your search for the Malvern IV. Cheers. 

post #9359 of 18778
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Originally Posted by smoothie1 View Post

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Originally Posted by NickCarraway View Post

 

From EG via email:


We do not have the Malvern IV in stock in D fitting, but they can be made to order for you. This would take about 14 weeks and the tax free price would be £843.40, this price includes shoes, shoetrees and shipping.

Okay, I suppose I am wrong about this.  I'm sorry to lead you astray.  They do change what they stock from time to time. 

The messed up thing is, there is a fair chance they have this style (or something very similar) just sitting in their Factory Store. I would be looking for a proxy or friend to investigate before paying retail for a fun summer spectator.  Best of luck on your search for the Malvern IV. Cheers. 

Based on the information I have, EG stocks the 82-lasted Malvern 4 in E width only, in four different color schemes. The only Malvern they stock in D width is the regular Malvern (and on the 202).
post #9360 of 18778

I know this is a EG appreciation thread - but I am having a second thoughts regarding the full price value of EG derby shoes at 860 GBP / $1,500 shipped ..
 

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